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    September 15, 2012
    10:00 - 10:44pm PDT  

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complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the 10:00 news on ktvu channel 2. >> policing the police, tonight people in another bay area city are keeping a closer eye on officers and gene, i'm eric rasmussen, in for ken wayne. >> hello everyone, i'm heather holmes. >> vallejo is the latest city to organize a cop-watch campaign and this comes of a spade of deadly altercations with police. debora villalon is live in vallejo. >> reporter:
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the idea is that everyone with a camera is a potential witness to police conduct and with a little training, an even better witness. cell phone video as vallejo police shoot a teenaged suspect, one of seven officer-involved shootings. >> sometime it's wise to be visible. how to capture video without getting in the way, getting hut or arrested. >> reporter: the goal of this training session, citizens gathered in a park, steps from police headquarters. >> getting the facts down and recording them empowers us. >> reporter: berkeley's cop-watch chapter was the first, formed in the '90s and its mission to police the police. >> sometimes you have to bring outside people in. >> reporter: this fresno activity says capt- watch video of a homeless man being beaten by officers helped
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to restore independent police oversight. >> what is documented and videotaped you cannot take away. so this is the difference it has made in our community. >> you are welcome to be good witnesses. >> reporter: by phone tonight, vallejo's interim chief cautioned between volunteers interfering at crime scenes and he notes he is pushing to cameras in patrol cars. >> there are circumstances that those cameras have exonerated officers that would otherwise wanted to file false complaints against those officers. >> reporter: the family of 23-year-old mario ramirez, fatalitily shot by police two weeks ago. >> we're tired and we're standing up and going to expose all the corrupt police officers that are using excessive force, that are treating the community like crap. >> reporter: there are conflicting accounts
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of whether ramiro's shooting was justified, but those at this meeting believe vallejo police lack credibility. debora villalon. ktvu channel 2 news blue angel fire crews are still working to figure out what caused an apartment fire in mountain view that injured three people. firefighters got the call before 5:30 at a small apartment complex. the two-alarm fire was put out within 20 minutes cording to the mountain view fire department. four units were michael moderately damages. >> palo alto fire crews also responded to that fire. we're following some developing news right now near the california-nevada border, two people are now dead and two others injured after' ski boat and power boat collided.
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this collision happened just a short time ago. nevada county fire officials say the two boats ran into each other at in smartsville between yuba and nevada counties. two people were injured and have been transported to the hospital. we're continuing to gather details and we'll bring you any updates during this newscast. closer to home, police say a teenager from richmond was found shot to death in san francisco early this morning. the medical examiner identified the 18-year-old as lewis. they were called to ociola lane in the bayview district after 1:30 where lewises with found dead. investigators are not released information on a possible suspect. newark police say it could possibly take two weeks to determine the death of a couple in a movement yesterday. one of the body has been identified as a missing 17-year- old girl from pleasanton and the other is a 24-year-old man, possibly the girl's boyfriend. they were both shot and looking
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into the possibility that it was a murder-suicide or double suicide. >> a motorcyclist is dead after a crash in saratoga. it happened this morning on highway 9 in saratoga avenue. the man was hospitalized in critical condition, but later died. no word tonight on his identity or what caused the crash. sadness and frustration where a pickup truck hit and killed an 8-year-old boy on his bike. matt keller talked to neighbors who want the city to take action in response to the boy's death. >> reporter: the farm drive neighborhood in san josi is filled with kids. today they are remembering their friend, 8-year-old matthew dihn. >> he was the funnest kid i know in this neighborhood. >> he wanted me go to his house yesterday, but i couldn't and then when i came back, i heard the news. and i was super sad because i didn't have him around.
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>> reporter: police say matthew drove hesitate small electric pocket bike in front of a pickup truck at 7:45 last night he was not wearing' helmet. neighbors say the street was busy with many kids witnessing the accident. >> when i got out here, the ambulance had just gotten here. he was laying in the street and they were doing cpr and it was hard to watch. >> reporter: matthew was taken to the hospital, where he died. neighbors told me there have been several other incidentsipvolving kids over the past five years, but this is the first death. >> the family over there this morning kept saying turn around and talk to the kids that were there at the memorial saying hey, be careful when you are riding your bikes and be careful when you cross the streets. >> reporter: neighbors say some of the parents are considering going to city council to ask for street signs or speed bumps in the neighborhood of as for the family we're told that they are currently making funeral arrangements. reporting in san josi, matt keller ktvu
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channel 2 news. >> the family of a 15-year-old boy who went missing more than a month ago is renewing their calls for help. he left his house telling his family he was going to emeryville. the teeth is described as 5'" weighing 150 pounds and his family describes him as a honor roll student. friends and family gather for their final farewells for 20-year-old brett olson was held the presbyterian church. he was last seen labor day weekend while tubing on the river with friends. firthe glenn county sheriff's office says it does appear he drowned. and in san josi a former presentation high school student was also laid to rest. 21-year-old jordan murphy- mahoney was killed when she was
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hit by a suspected drunk driver in arizona last weekend. she was a student at northern arizona undulin flagstaff. the driver was arrested and charged with manslaughter. now to our continuing coverage of the growing antiamerican protests. today the state department ordered family members and nonemergency personnel to leave their posts at embassies in sudan and tunasia in the wake of violence erupted there and around world. demonstrateiacs have taken place in nearly 20 countries, some of them violent. state department says 65 embassies or consulates around the world have issued emergency messages about the violence. cristina mutchler now. >> reporter: following killings in libya, in australia, hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside of the american consulate in sydney. in the middle east, thousands of muslims have taken to the streets. fbi officials investigating the killings in
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benghazi have put off their visit into the volatile region is safer. >> the members of security council condemned in the strongest terms the series of violent attacks against embassies and consulate premises in multiple locations. >> reporter: president obama promised justice for those who killed u.s. ambassador to libya stevens and three other americans at the consulate. >> there is no never justification for violence and no religion that condones the targeting of innocent men and women and so long as i am commander-in-chiefing the united states will not toll rate efforts to harm our fellow americans. >> reporter: some say tuesday's attack was planned. >> it was deliberate and preplanned attack. i was given enough details about this by witnesses. >> reporter: u.s. officials say they have no
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evidence that the attack was pre-mediated, but as calm appeared to be restored in downtown cairo saturday, the scene of the first protest gives hope that other demonstrations will follow suit. christiana mutch channel 2 ler ktvu channel 2 news. now a mission to secure the embassy is in jeopardy. u.s. said yesterday it was sending in an elite team of marines, but today the sudanese government is now holding up that mission. u.s. officials did not elaborate on the objections. the southern california lawmaker link to the anti- islammic film flaming those proehls those protests appears this morning. >> anything to say? >> it was around 12:30 with
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nakoula basseley nakoula spoke. federal probation officers interviewed nakoula for about 90 minutes to determine if he violated the term of his probe basis in connection with a 2010 check-kiting scheme. under those terms he was banned from using computers or internet without permission from a officer. sheriff's deputies say nakoula was not arrest and was released at an undisclosed location following that interview. for the latest on the global unrest be sure to visit our website ktvu.com and click on the libyan attack tab. an 18-year-old chicago man is under arrest tonight accuse of trying to blow up what he thoughts with a car bomb in an act of jihad. prosecutors say daoud was trying to destroy a bar in downtown chicago and that federal agents supplied him with a jeep fitted with fake explosives. fbi said daoud came to their attention in the spring after
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he expressed interest in committing violence in u.s. or overseas. according to court papers daoud was with an fbi agent when prosecutors say daoud tried to detonate the fake explosives. he was then arrests. it's a slapshot to the bottom line. why downtown san josi businesses and shark fans loz before the hockey season on begins. much different story you are looking at here. they are celebrating at stanford tonight as the cardinals take down no. 2 usc. >> the day has come and amazon.com is now charging california customers sales tax. why some are thrilled people are paying more.
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. they stormed the field in palo alto. >> oh, boy this was the scene when the cardinals beat usc. fans spilled onto the field as you see there. celebrating that huge win. stanford is now 3-0, for the third straight season. >> a little later in sportswrap, joe fonzi has all the highlights from that big game. there is another lockout in the national hockey league after players and owners failed to work out a deal before the deadline one hour ago of the move comes less than a month before the hockey season is supposed to start. players and management are at odds over a revenue-sharing deal. new at 10:00, ktvu's knowle walk ser live in san josi,
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where local businesses are bracing for some tough times. >> reporter: it's official because on the nhl website, there are no pictures of current players on it at the moment. now on game day, downtown san josi is awash in sharks teal, but without any games to go to, some downtown businesses are bracing for a little less green. if you are waiting for the hp pavilion to transform into the shark tank, don't hold your breathe. the lockout means for now the ticket box is closed before we're very bummed out that we're looking at possibly half a season without hockey. >> reporter: henry hi life business relies on shark's fans' feeding frenzy. a lot of us make our money on tips and we're not going to see that income coming in. >> reporter: this is time of year that empty tables should be elbow to elbow teal jerseys. the last nhl lockout was in 2004 and it trashed the entire hockey season. >> for them to do another
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lockout so soon is, i think really going to be detrimental to the fan-base. >> reporter: it means that the only sharks that will be playing hockey in san josi for now are in the junior sharks girls league. >> the players are making $7- 8, $10 million a year and it's hard for the average person to understand how that can be an issue. >> reporter: jeff starbeck opened the sonoma chicken coop and we talked to him while he watched his daughter practiced. >> i told her about it and how it's going to affect business at the restaurant as well as not seeing the players around the rink everyday like we always do. >> reporter: if you have to get your hockey fix, the sharks aren't the only game in the bay area. the new double a team play at the cow palace and they are not affected by the lockout. reporting live in san josi, noelle walker ktvu channel 2 news. more details now. this is the fourth shut down
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for the nhl since 1992. the main sticking point here is how to divide the $3.3 billion in revenue? team owners want to decrease the percentage paid to players while the player' union wanted a guaranty that the players will get at least $1.8 billion in salaries that they received last year. on the campaign trail today in florida republican vice presidential nominee paul ryan called for a strong us military in light of the anti-american protests. >> we turn on the tv and we see what is going onyx if there is one thing that this reminds me it is that peace through strength works. >> the wisconsin congressman spoke before a large crowd of supporters in florida near tampa. republican also criticized president obama's economic policies and said the federal reserve's new round of bond-buying won't help ordinary memberships. meantime mitt romney took a break from politics to enjoy
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some family time the. the republican presidential nominee watched one of his grandsons play soccer in massachusetts. he was joined by his wife ann and son. he head backs to an event in colorado. president obama has no public events scheduled today or tomorrow, but his campaign team was very busy unveiling a new ad airing in seven key swing states. it features president bill clinton speaking at the democratic convention arguing that republicans want to go back to the same old policies that led to the economic meltdown. president obama is scheduled to hold a rally in ohio on monday and americans head to the polls in just 52 day. several major us banks are reportedly under investigation for lapses that authorities say may have allowed criminals to launder money. the new york times reports that jpmorgan chase and bank of america are among those banks that found the procedures to block money-laundering were
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unsuspect. >> an antitax group says a letter sent to california state university applicants from the university system is illegal. the howard jarvis taxpayers association claims that the letter uses government resources for a political campaign. letter warns that enrollment capacity will drop if voters don't approve proposition 30, which would increase sales taxes and income taxes for the wealthy. ktvu's alloy rasmus explains amazon.com is now charging california shoppers sales tax. >> i woke up today and said today today that amazon is charging sales tax. >> reporter: and she had is a manager says for years amazon had an unfair advantage. >> it's hard for us to compete. it's not a level playing field because of sals tax rearview mirror they say amazon.com is
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one of their biggest competitors. currents come many with their smartphones and compare prices with aamazon on-line. >> as of now, the taxes, that california needs for our schools and roads and health care system will be coming into the state. >> reporter: state lawmakers struck a deal with amazon to start collecting sales tax september 15th. all of that revenue will go to state coffers. >> we figured it would be around $1 billion a year. >> reporter: economists say while the benefits to the state may be noticeable the new tax may not benefit regular stores. >> it's going to be very hard for people to change their lifestyles to walk no a brick- and-mortar store and switch from amazon because amazon is a one-stop shop. >> if people have it in their minds that the differences between us are going to be narrowed by even a small margin, it gives them that more motivation to come in and door
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and give us a shot. more details now on one major loophole in this tax plan. amazon will not collect sales taxes on products sold by third- party retailers and one analyst estimates that those vendors account for 40% of amazon's sales. if the third-parties have a physical presence here in california the lame require law may require them to collect taxes. also walking a very thin line and we'll tell you about the new world-record set high, very high above ground. low clouds are developing right offshore currently coming up at 10:37 i will show you the fog pattern and the timing of our next cooling trend.
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. >> world-famous getty center re-opened after crews got a handle on the wildfire nearby broke out yesterday afternoon in the sepulveda area. firefighters battled heat with temperatures soaring above 100 degrees. >> new details about a deadly attack in southern afghanistan that claimed the lives of two marines where british prince harry is stationed. he is safe. now military officials tell the l.a. times the insurgents were dressed in us military uniforms when they breached the basis parameter and destroyed six jets and three refueling stations. nato officials say that the taliban claimed responsibility first saying that they were motivated by the anti-museum fim on youtube tube and later claiming that they were targeting the british prince. >> apparently there this is another way of doing their propaganda. they claim a lot.
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>> nato says 18 militants were killed, and one was wounded and captured. and we're getting late word of more violence in afghanistan tonight with reports that four international troops were killed in an apparent attack by afghan police. the nationalities of those troops have not been release. >> in russia tens of thousands protesters took to the streets of moscoso moscow calling for an end to vladimir putin's rule. the mass demonstrations in russia began last december when allegations of fraud surfaced in a parliamentary election the putin's party won. in south korea thousands of mourners attended the fort worth for reverend sun myung moon. founder of the unification church died earlier this month at the age of 92. today's service followed a 13-
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day mourning service for the controversial religious leader. and in china take a look that the a record-setting tightrope walk hundreds of feet above a canyon with no safety nets. china's tightrope walker and two others set a new world- record for simultaneously walking on a nearly 4600- footlong wire. tightrope was suspended 11,050 feet above the ground and at one point the two meet and walk over -- he walks over one guy to get to the other side. neither of men didn't seem nervous at all and appeared to talk casually as they performed that trick. >> there are signs that the nearly weeklong chicago teachers' strike could end as soon as tomorrow. teachers insisted that they won't end the walkout until they have a deal in writing, but both sides hope that a
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negotiation can be finalized in time for classes to resume on monday. about 350,000 students have been out of school since last monday. clean-up volunteers rolled up their sleeves and take action. >> that is how people just don't care and litter our land like this. >> the statewide effort to keep california shorelines clean. >> and an emotional milestone today in san ramon, the specific gift a courageous young girl received this afternoon. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom.
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. thousands of bay area volunteers rolled up their sleeve as part of the statewide effort to clean up california's
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beaches and waterways. as ktvu's alex savidge reports participants in this year's coastal clean-up were gennifer a special request following the 2011 tsunami in japan. >> reporter: with buckets in hand, people fanned out in san mateo, searching for trash, left behind in the bay. many of the hundreds were kids, including 10-year-old zach a cub scout from foster city. >> it's good for our community and keeps our beach cleans. >> reporter: someone pulled this suitcase out of water and found a scooter and even a snowboard. volunteers say it's really a shame what people end up throwing in the bay. >> it's sad how people don't care and litter our land like this. >> reporter: meanwhile at san francisco's ocean beach, more than a thousand environmental
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environmental-conscious sifted through the sands. >> it's amazing this morning we walked out and thought, wow, there is nothing really to clean up on this beach and we got down on our knees and found you will aof this trash. >> reporter: coastal commission is also asking volunteer to be on the lookout for debris that washed ashore from last year's japanese tsunami. >> we want to track that data now and get a base line, so for future clean up events we que see whether or not tsunami debris is starting to arrive in bulk. >> reporter: organizers say the trash collected will be recycled and not end up anyway landfill. well, supporters of a san francisco recycling center gathered in golden gate park today. the non-profit haight-ashbury neighborhood council has leased land near kezar stadium since 1974. the city terminated that lease two years ago and this week the
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city won a lawsuit overs issue and says the center must leave by october 1st. organizers are holing a human be-in to raise aways. to prevent the spread of west nile virus ground fogging is scheduled to get underway in less than an hour. the fogging comes after mosquitoes carrying the virus were found in the area. it's scheduled to start at 11:00 p.m.. it's been smooth sailing at san francisco international airport despite the closure of a runway. crews work to extend it and add lighting. this afternoon an airport spokesman told us that delays ranged from 15 minutes up to an hour mostly on short-haul west coast flights. clear weather also helped to keep the flights on-time. the suv air force says
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training exercises will continue at travis air force base that include explosions, firearm simulations and amplified voice commands. the training started late last night and goes through next saturday. the base says it's opening its north gate until next friday to accommodate the increased traffic information a new law aimed at cracking down on the state bill it allows the state to suspend a store's tobacco license after three convictions in five years. after five convictions, the state can revoke a store's license. continuing coverage now on the progress of a san ramon girl who sent the last year fighting bone cancer. 10-year-old byeane breezy bochenek was treatedd to any makeover and they
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choose the glamlook. after fighting cancer with chemotherapy and having her leg amputated dollars recently diagnosed breezy as cancer- free. that is great news. teachers and parents came together to clean up a menlo park school devastated about a fire earlier this week. volunteers arrived at beachwood school to clean classrooms, picnic tables and remove debris left from the fire. the fire destroyed a third grade classroom and heavily damaged administrative offices. students have been kept out of school for two days. >> our kids want to be here and they are devastated that they are missing school. so we want to be back to normal and have them back here. >> the school hopes to resume classes on monday. as for the fire, investigators believe it started in the school's kitchen and likely sparked by a damaged electrical wire. a police department makes a big donation and the local organization receiving the gift and what all of that money will
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be used for. will this week's warm weather steck around for the rest of the weekend? ktvu meteorologist mark tamayo joins us next for your complete bay area forecast.
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. there was a changing of the guard at the international space station. cosmonaut padalka hands over to sunita williams. sunta williams is the second woman to command the spacing and space station. we have dialed up a perfect weekend and mark tamayo joins us now. >> it's great to be outside
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with temperatures warming up and even the fog clearing out over the shoreline. right now the fog regrouping offshore, but still we'll head into sunday with a nice forecast. on live stormtracker, clear skies inland, but there is that fog bank offshore. i have noticed over the past hour this has expanded in coverage right near the immediate shoreline and that trend will continue overnight. temperatures today from the lower 60s in pacifica and san francisco. lots of 70s around the bay and inland 90s, fairfield, antioch and livermore. the extended forecast, more good news. overnight lows first thing sunday morning tonightly want to we're talking about 40s in
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santa rosa and napa. san josi 54 with the clouds a factor coast side and around the bay. high pressure has been responsible for the warm up the last few days with this system as a result not much of a change for sunday, but a little bit of a dropoff across most of the neighborhoods and more cooling into monday as we increase that onshore breeze. our forecast model shows you that the fog is regrouping between now and sunrise and the clouds coast side, even a few patches heading back into the bay. and then clearing back to near the shoreline. still partly cloudy skies for parts of coast into the afternoon hours. more sunshine inland, temperatures on track to reach the 80s. oakland 69 degrees and danville, right around 87. san josi a forecasted high of 76 and san francisco the clouds
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in the morning, becoming partly sunny in the afternoon hours. temperatures in the 60s. game 3 tomorrow with the a's at the coliseum. partly cloudy skies, 65 degrees and on the other side of the bay we have the niners with partly cloudy skies, 59 degrees at candlestick and definitely breezy as you would expect with . the wind. this believe it or not is the last weekend of summer. fall begins saturday. >> wow, just like that. >> the calendar flipping by pretty quickly. thank you, mark. the marin county humane society received a big donation from law enforcement. >> this is to show our appreciation to the vital help that they provide to protect our community. >> the san rafael police
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association donated $10,000 at an adoption event in novato. an adoptathon. they provide care for the dogs that perform a vital service. >> not only does it help us catch criminals easier and they surrender quicker and it's much safer. >> budget cut did force san rafael to eliminate its k-9 unit in 2003. the department however is launching a fundraising campaign with the goal of bringing back two police dogs. well, the cal bears tried to upset the ohio state buckeyes. more from stanford taking down usc. the second half surge that sealed that game. sportswrap is next. that call the home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, af housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces,
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what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. my high school science teacher made me what i am today. our science teacher helped us build it. ♪ now i'm a geologist at chevron, and i get to help science teachers. it has four servo motors and a wireless microcontroller. over the last three years we've put nearly 100 million dollars into american education. that's thousands of kids learning to love science. ♪ isn't that cool? and that's pretty cool. ♪
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. good evening everybody and welcome to this saturday night edition of sportswrap. here was the story line for tonight's game between stanford and usc. the second-ranked trojans were a team on the rise. with andrew luck in the nfl, stanford couldn't keep their string of wins against the trojans. that is not how it went. stanford fell behind 7-0, but got even on this play. stepfan taylor goes 59 yards to the end zone. they are were even at 7 after a quarter. the trojans went ahead again in the 2nd quarter, silas redd for his second score of the game. trojans could have kicked a field goal to add to their lead in